Senior Special Assistant, SSA to the President on Educational Intervention, Fela Bank-Olemoh says 2,000 people in Kaduna State will be equipped with technical and vocational skills through the Federal Government Project T-MAX.
Bank-Olemoh said this when he paid a courtesy visit to the Acting Governor of Kaduna State at the Government House.
According to him, Kaduna and six other states were selected to pilot the programme targeted at 15,000 beneficiaries in Nigeria and Gombe, Lagos, Ogun, Edo, Enugu, Kaduna, and Nasarawa were the seven states selected for the pilot programme.
The SSA said the 15,000 Nigerians would be equipped with vocational skills in the next three months during the programme.
In her remark, Acting Governor of Kaduna State, Hadiza Balarabe commended the programme which she said aligned with the state government’s human capital development initiative, especially in skills and talent development.